Gratitude exercises have been proven to have tangible benefits. According to a study by researchers from the University of Minnesota, having participants write down a list of positive events at the close of the day - and why the events made them happy - lowered their self-reported stress levels and gave them a greater sense of calm at night.
I find that I'm not only grateful for all the blessings in my life, I'm also grateful for all that hasn't happened - for all those close shaves with "disaster" of some kind or another, all the bad things that almost happened but didn't. The distance between them happening and not happening is grace.
Today's Soul Wave...For the next 7 days, commit to write down what you're grateful for and why. Then write down gratitude for the good things that haven't even happened yet!
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